A clustering approach for nearly unsupervised recognition of nonliteral language (2006)

by Julia Birke , Anoop Sarkar
Venue:In Proceedings of EACL-06
Citations:43 - 0 self

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cā—‹2007 The Association for Computational Linguistics – unknown authors - 2007
1 Active Learning for the Identification of Nonliteral Language āˆ— – Julia Birke, Anoop Sarkar
Computational Approaches to Figurative Language – Birte Loenneker-rodman, Srini Narayanan - 2008
9 Learning Analogies and Semantic Relations – Peter Turney, Council Canada, Council Canada, Michael Littman - 2003
10 The Latent Relation Mapping Engine: Algorithm and Experiments – Peter D. Turney - 2008
Automatic Metaphor Detection using Large-Scale Lexical Resources and Conventional Metaphor Extraction – Yorick Wilks, Lucian Galescu, James Allen, Adam Dalton
5 Creative Language Retrieval: A Robust Hybrid of Information Retrieval and Linguistic Creativity – Tony Veale
Once More, With Feeling! Using Creative Affective Metaphors to Express Information Needs – Tony Veale
1 Learning and Using Context in a Connectionist Model of – Cfl David Alan Schulenburg - 1995
10 MetaBank: A Knowledge-Base of Metaphoric Language Conventions – James H. Martin - 1991
8 A Corpus-Based Analysis of Context Effects on Metaphor Comprehension – James H. Martin - 1994
Affect in Metaphor: Developments with WordNet – Tim Rumbell, John Barnden, Mark Lee, Alan Wallington
2 Affect Transfer by Metaphor for an Intelligent Conversational Agent – Alan Wallington, Rodrigo Agerri, John Barnden, Mark Lee, Tim Rumbell
Unsupervised Metaphor Identification Using Hierarchical Graph Factorization Clustering – Ekaterina Shutova, Lin Sun
Noname manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor) Conceptual Metaphor Theory Meets the Data: A Corpus-based Human Annotation Study – Ekaterina Shutova, Barry Devereux, Anna Korhonen, Ekaterina Shutova, Barry Devereux, Anna Korhonen
5 Automatic metaphor interpretation as a paraphrasing task – Ekaterina Shutova - 2010
1 Building Deep Dependency Structures with a Wide-Coverage CCG Parser – Stephen Clark Julia, Stephen Clark, Julia Hockenmaier, Mark Steedman - 2002
Faster Parsing by Supertagger Adaptation – James R. Curran A
11 Multi-tagging for lexicalized-grammar parsing – James R. Curran - 2006